Before the 16th century, pepper from India spread to countries in South and Southeast Asia (such as Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia…). It was traded by sea to parts of Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and coastal Arabia via the port of Malabar (India). It was not until the 19th century that pepper was introduced to the Americas and Africa.
Pepper came to Vietnam thanks to the French growing it in Vietnam in the 17th century. Around the end of the 19th century, pepper became an agricultural product grown in Phu Quoc, Ha Tien. Since then, it has spread to the Central (Quang Tri) and Southeast provinces of our country. At Vinasamex, organic pepper is grown in Quang Tri, a place with a harsh climate but suitable for pepper growth. Quang Tri pepper in general, has characteristics in terms of quality that are different from domestic and world pepper products.
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